I am pleased with this one. I used the Scene Scapes background again and stamped onto it.
I used Lavinia Stamps “scene scapes” papers for the background. They are lovely but being shiny, rather difficult to stamp onto unless you use a quick drying ink! I love the way this one turned out!
Another fairy card using brusho inks splashed with water and Lavinia Stamps
I used my Gelli Plate to make this background, with Distress inks. Lavinia stamps used also
This background is a Lavinia Stamps Scene Scape paper and Ive added the stamps to it.
Isn’t it funny how you spend ink and time on a background, only to end up liking the off cuts better?! Lavinia stamps used here.
I die cut this lovely milk churn and several flowers, and dipped them in wet distress inks in various colours. The final touch was a little wooden Love heart I found on my desk. Im quite pleased with it.
I made three cards with this delightful die today. Two Christmas and one Birthday. I inked the birthday card with a paint brush and Distress oxide inks.
I made this card for my GP who is leaving our surgery. I will miss her! We always had a little hug at the end of the consultation!
Using the aforementioned technique of ink dusting through a stencil, and I then cut out a stamped image of two girls hugging and matted onto a co-ordinating colour card.